Highlights of the 18th year of the 21st Century.

2018 was both a challenging and exciting year for me personally. To nickname it, I would call 2018 "The year of growth" because it required me to stretch and grow even when I did not feel like doing so; I became a student of time, learning how to balance my time between studies and assignments.... Continue Reading →


Test results and Self-worth

Being in the school environment, once again, has made me realise the impact test results can have on a student. Usually, students attach their self-worth to their results, and find themselves discontent when they do not get a desired or expected result. We all get disappointed sometimes, but should a test result really define who... Continue Reading →

Be Remembered by Faren Kudzai Sakupwanya

A certain writer once wrote, "Work for a cause and not applause; live life to express and not to impress; don't strive to make your presence noticed just make your absence felt. Leave a legacy." Peter Strople puts it this way "Legacy is not leaving something for people; its leaving something in people." The #BeRemembered... Continue Reading →

Be Remembered 

What kind of memory of you would you love to leave behind in people's minds and hearts when you are gone? Should legacy be a concern of only certain individuals and public figures? What would people remember about you if you were to leave the world today? Imagine what people think of you after every... Continue Reading →

What about today?

What about today? Ever thought about today? What makes today so special? Today can be regarded as a special day because: 1. It is another day given to us by the Lord 2. It is another chance at enjoying life with our loved ones, and pursuing our various life purposes. While we may be aware... Continue Reading →

Instant Messaging

Instant messaging can also add to insecurity. The read receipt/seen (commonly called blue ticks on Whatsapp) can make one feel insecure especially when expecting a response. We feel insecure because it feels like instant rejection.  Instant messaging is also making us always expect instant replies. Factors such as busyness and inability to reply rarely cross... Continue Reading →

A Missing Puzzle Piece 

Everybody wants to feel happy and complete. The feeling of satisfaction is a feeling we all chase after knowingly or unknowingly. Naturally, we all want to feel loved, and this love is actually a need. Described as the greatest gift in 1st Corinthians chapter 13 among faith and hope, this love we need, is an... Continue Reading →


Imagine a teacher asked a pupil to give reasons why schools give tests. In the case that such a question is asked to a pupil who doesn't understand the need for tests — the response from the same pupil will generally be negative and one-sided. On the other hand, a response from a pupil who... Continue Reading →

Negativity and Toxicity 

Before I knew the dangers of negativity, I unknowingly spent time in its home. I'm no stranger to its damaging attitude. "I might mess up, what if I mess up," I thought. I was a slave of today because my thoughts were captured by tomorrow's worries; that made me negative and critical on myself whenever... Continue Reading →


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